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My new toy arrived today.

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    Posted: 06 May 2008 at 08:52
I sold my old Horton crossbow with my homemade 22 scope mount and invested in this. I'ts 150 pound pull with 220 feet PS. I paid $219.00 and it came with a scope and 6 bolts with free shipping and no tax if you're in Canada. The website is www.canadacrossbow.com if anyones interested. I think it was a good investment considering the price you pay for crossbows these days. It also arrives within 3 business days.


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 What kind is it ?
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It's an MK 150 that's manufactured by Perfect Line Manufacturing who have been in business since 1986 and also manufacture some bows for Precision Shooting Equipment (PSE).
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a limb on my Horton is starting to splinter.  Might need to get something new if Horton doesn't fix it.  Not sending it in til I finish hunting turkey with it in 3 weeks.

I notice the 150 is NOT a compound bow?  any difficulty cocking it Gary??

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 If my Horton ever gives up the ghost I'll be saving nickels and dimes till I can get an Excalabur.
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Originally posted by BEAR BEAR wrote:

a limb on my Horton is starting to splinter.  Might need to get something new if Horton doesn't fix it.  Not sending it in til I finish hunting turkey with it in 3 weeks.

I notice the 150 is NOT a compound bow?  any difficulty cocking it Gary??

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Bear........The pics i posted we're from the web site. I still have to assemble it so i don't know how difficult it will be to cock. My Horton was 125 pound with a 30 inch limb which wasn't too bad. The limb is 27 inches on this new one i bought and with 150 pound pull. Also the instructions say to twist the string 20 times before attaching it so it gets the proper poundage in the pull.
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< =text/>_popupControl(); cant use crossbows in ny deer hunting only if you are disabled
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Depends on what state you're in.

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Those Excalibers are wicked.  I've been looking at them too.  Ten Point has a nice X-bow as well.  Very pricey, though.
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Originally posted by Muleskinner Muleskinner wrote:

Those Excalibers are wicked.  I've been looking at them too.  Ten Point has a nice X-bow as well.  Very pricey, though.

I know. Some will run you as high as a $1000.00. If i was strictly a bow hunter then i would foot the bill to buy one but i only use one for early and late season.

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